The Elder Scrolls Online promises ‘a peek at what is on the horizon’ at digital QuakeCon 2021

    
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Bethesda will be hosting the digital QuakeCon 2021 event on its Twitch channel next week, and fans of The Elder Scrolls Online are apparently going to want to tune in to the event, as there’s promise of some details, reveals, and more slated for the MMORPG’s portion of the show.

ZeniMax Online studio head Matt Firor, creative director Rich Lambert, and community managers Gina Bruno and Jessica Folsom will be offering a presentation that talks about the recently released Console Enhanced update, the incoming Waking Flame DLC, and the variety of ways the MMORPG can be played. Perhaps of most interest, however, is a promise of “a peek at what is on the horizon” for the game and “a brand-new promotion that’ll be music to [players’] ears.”

The ESO portion of QuakeCon is set to premiere at 3:30 p.m. EDT on Thursday, August 19th, so players may want to mark their calendars if they want to see whatever is coming next.

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Suspicious_Tutor_325

I hope they expand the companion system…and devise a way to send an electric shock to the Keyboard of every player that Rides Dwemer mounts.

I know the 2nd wish is unlikely, but on can dream

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Crafty_Youth5227

I have played all the TES games. The one thing that really bugs me about ESO is the racial passives. They don’t match up to what the lore says about all the races. Red guards are tanks in ESO but never were in any other TES game. The Orcs were always the big tank with more hit points than any other race. In ESO Orcs can outrun elves. When they were the slowest runners before because of their size. It’s like they didn’t bother with looking up the racial passive and just made up their own. In a way, I’m surprised Tod Howard let them do this.

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Hurbster

The passives don’t make that much difference.

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Crafty_Youth5227

That’s the problem. In the single-player games, they defined your race from others. You can’t sit there and say the passives don’t make high elf the best magic-user.

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Dennis VonBeck

What?

Seriously what the hell are talking about? Please give some examples of what you’re saying. Sure passives are there, but any race can “Tank”, DPS”, “Heal” as the big three goes. I have a Breton and a Redguard “Nightblade” as well as a Breton “Warden”. An Orsimer (Orc) Battle-Mage. And a Bosmer (Wood-Elf) Dragonknight.

So unless you’re an extreme number cruncher, any race can play any class efficiently…

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Crafty_Youth5227

Did you ever play the single-player games? Sure you can play anything in ESO but don’t act like passives don’t matter. Would you play a Magic using Templar as a red guard whose passives don’t buff magic but stamina? Sure you could do it but you would be weaker than races with a magic buff.

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Hurbster

As has been said, you can play whatever in whichever role you wanted. Doesn’t matter if a Nord Magica Warden is a few percent less efficient for top level raiders.

And yes, I’ve played all the single player games. And that’s it, they are single player.

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Kvarin Sunermidst

Crafty,

Never and I mean NEVER debate or argue with MMO fans of ESO. They see it in it’s numbers form. Parse friendly. The Elder Scrolls as a series relies on more than just numbers but in mmo form, it’s all just numbers. And as long as they’re “balanced”, the MMO fan doesn’t care.

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Matt Comstock

Take good notes… please… I’ll be at work. ;)

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Dug From The Earth

I wish they werent so apathetic about their Cyro PvP gameplay.

The fact that its lags so much, and is so imbalanced. Its been years, so its obvious that nothing is really going to change.